Takata recalls progress data

Recall progress data as at 30 June 2020.

Total airbags replaced 0

Total airbags to be replaced 0

State and territory breakdown of airbag replacements

  • *Manufacturers are working to determine where these vehicles are and if they are still on the road. These figures may change if a vehicle manufacturer updates their historical records and submits updated reports.

Completion rates by supplier

Suppliers commencing recall action prior to 1 July 2018

Suppliers commencing recall action from 1 July 2018

  • Note: Suppliers were not required to commence recalling vehicles until 1 July 2018, although some began earlier. The information above is correct as of 30 July 2020 and will be updated regularly to track replacement rates.

Recall progress over time

  • Note: The information above includes fully rectified vehicles only (it excludes vehicles fitted with like-for-like replacements that will require future replacement). In Australia the first voluntary recall commenced in 2009; however, the graph starts from 2015 when the number of recalls began to increase as more vehicle manufacturers initiated recalls.

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Table 1. Recalls progress overview

  Number Percentage (%)
Total airbags replaced 3,662,420 89.2%
Total airbags to be replaced 180,869 4.4%
Unreplaceable airbags 262,725 6.4%
Total vehicles remaining 155,351 5.1%
Total vehicles rectified 2,681,638 87.8%
Unreplaceable vehicles 218,393 7.1%

Table 2. State and territory breakdown of airbag replacements

  Airbags replaced Airbags to be replaced (excluding critical alpha and non-alpha airbags) Critical alpha airbags to be replaced Critical non-alpha airbags to be replaced
NSW 1,103,387 95.32% 52,746 4.56% 430 0.04% 955 0.08%
VIC 938,300 94.73% 50,094 5.06% 351 0.04% 1740 0.18%
QLD 747,156 95.83% 31,144 3.99% 279 0.04% 1054 0.14%
WA 383,805 96.23% 14,628 3.67% 48 0.01% 357 0.09%
SA 240,429 96.54% 8,381 3.37% 29 0.01% 212 0.09%
TAS 88,112 96.22% 3,417 3.73% 6 0.01% 42 0.05%
ACT 70,556 95.31% 3,316 4.48% 33 0.04% 125 0.17%
NT 24,315 93.84% 1,527 5.89% 12 0.05% 58 0.22%
Other* 65,656 86.91% 9,564 12.66% 146 0.19% 175 0.23%

Table 3a. Completion rates - Suppliers commencing recall action prior to 1 July 2018

  Vehicles rectified Vehicles to be rectified
BMW 173,828 90.65% 17,923 9.35%
Ferrari 1,152 96.32% 44 3.68%
Fiat Chrysler 32,589 93.00% 2,454 7.00%
Honda 388,794 96.73% 13,155 3.27%
Honda Motorcycles 610 99.51% 3 0.49%
Mazda 261,622 96.26% 10,154 3.74%
Mitsubishi 157,147 97.38% 4,234 2.62%
Nissan 248,448 90.42% 26,330 9.58%
Subaru 262,941 95.41% 12,636 4.59%
Toyota (including Lexus) 530,776 98.98% 5,474 1.02%

Table 3b. Completion rates by supplier - Suppliers commencing recall action from 1 July 2018

  Vehicles rectified Vehicles to be rectified
Audi 32,976 85.13% 5,762 14.87%
Citro├źn 3,064 96.78% 102 3.22%
Ford Australia 77,489 93.44% 5,436 6.56%
GM Holden 290,682 93.33% 20,789 6.67%
Jaguar Land Rover 17,038 98.19% 314 1.81%
McLaren 322 97.87% 7 2.13%
Mercedes Benz 99,599 86.96% 14,939 13.04%
Skoda 16,884 96.87% 545 3.13%
Tesla 1,152 91.79% 103 8.21%
Volkswagen 84,411 84.96% 14,941 15.04%

Table 4. Recall progress over time

Date Vehicles rectified Total Vehicles rectified
Mar 2015 5 6
Apr 2015 20 26
May 2015 38 64
Jun 2015 43 107
Jul 2015 36 143
Aug 2015 25 168
Sep 2015 1,054 1,222
Oct 2015 14,045 15,267
Nov 2015 10,841 26,108
Dec 2015 8,456 34,564
Jan 2016 7,615 42,179
Feb 2016 8,180 50,359
Mar 2016 12,776 63,135
Apr 2016 11,682 74,817
May 2016 15,335 90,152
Jun 2016 14,450 104,602
Jul 2016 10,878 115,480
Aug 2016 10,986 126,466
Sep 2016 24,446 150,912
Oct 2016 27,617 178,529
Nov 2016 23,528 202,057
Dec 2016 18,304 220,361
Jan 2017 16,243 236,604
Feb 2017 19,802 256,406
Mar 2017 23,661 280,067
Apr 2017 16,345 296,412
May 2017 20,515 316,927
Jun 2017 31,458 348,385
Jul 2017 44,529 392,914
Aug 2017 128,760 521,674
Sep 2017 133,690 655,364
Oct 2017 116,192 771,556
Nov 2017 94,804 866,360
Dec 2017 82,735 949,095
Jan 2018 58,269 1,007,364
Feb 2018 40,316 1,047,680
Mar 2018 53,153 1,100,833
Apr 2018 44,400 1,145,233
May 2018 67,684 1,212,917
Jun 2018 84,560 1,297,477
Jul 2018 80,128 1,377,605
Aug 2018 124,386 1,501,991
Sep 2018 97,710 1,599,701
Oct 2018 101,916 1,701,617
Nov 2018 101,318 1,802,935
Dec 2018 93,374 1,896,309
Jan 2019 77,072 1,973,381
Feb 2019 77,750 2,051,131
Mar 2019 59,360 2,110,491
Apr 2019 51,602 2,162,093
May 2019 59,605 2,221,698
Jun 2019 60,882 2,282,580
Jul 2019 64,604 2,347,184
Aug 2019 56,500 2,403,684
Sep 2019 54,657 2,458,341
Oct 2019 68,539 2,526,880
Nov 2019 34,885 2,561,765
Dec 2019 30,543 2,592,308
Jan 2020 18,651 2,610,959
Feb 2020 17,905 2,628,864
Mar 2020 17,412 2,646,276
Apr 2020 13,078 2,659,354
May 2020 10,585 2,669,939
Jun 2020 11,116 2,681,055

[1] Unreplaceable/unrepairable: vehicles classified by manufacturers as written off, scrapped, unregistered for more than two consecutive years, exported, stolen or modified and unable to have the affected airbag inflator replaced. Please note 'Completion rates by supplier' graphs exclude these unrepairable vehicles.